Imperial Of Waikiki

Looking for that “Aloha!” spirit? Well, look no further at the Imperial of Waikiki, where the service, comfort and friendliness at the resort will sure make you feel like family. Just yards away from Waikiki Beach and a stroll from Waikiki’s entertainment district, Imperial of Waikiki is definitely one of Hawaii’s most happening summer getaways.

Imperial of Waikiki offers condominium-style suites that have all your needed amenities. Rates range from $200-$400 a night. Suites come with one or two bedrooms and have the following amenities: 37" flat panel television and DVD player, hairdryer, iron/ironing board, in-room safes, telephone with message light, alarm clock, mini refrigerator, and coffee maker. Rollaway beds and cribs are available upon request.


Hotel amenities include the following:
• Swimming pool - outdoor
• Swimming pool
• Sauna
• Concierge desk
• Nightclub
• 24-hour front desk
• Porter/bellhop
• Express check-out
• Doorman/doorwoman
• Tour assistance
• Parking (valet)
• Elevator/lift
• Babysitting or child care
• Concierge services
• Gift shops or newsstand
• Restaurant(s) in hotel Restaurant
• Fax machine
• Coffee shop or café
• Self parking
• Safe-deposit box - front desk
• Wheelchair accessible

Activities and other features

Just step out onto the beach and a ton of activities await you at the Ohana! Watersports such as surfing, sailing, parasailing and kayaking are readily available for the adventurous and daring. For the nature lovers, take a scuba dive or go snorkeling to take a closer peek at wildlife under the sea.

Island World Ticket and Tours is located at the hotel’s lobby. They can give you more information on what else you can see and do all over Hawaii.

The following nearby places may also be of interest to guests:

Ala Moana Beach Park
Ala Moana Shopping Center
Aloha Flea Market
Aloha Tower Marketplace
Banzai Pipeline on the North Shore
Bishop Museum and Planetarium
Bowfin Park and Pacific Submarine Museum
Diamond Head Trail Hike
Duke Kahanamoku Statue
Father Damien Museum and Archives
Foster Botanical Gardens
Haleiwa Beach Park
Haleiwa Town
Halona Blowhole
Hanauma Bay
Hawaii Maritime Center
Hawaii Nature Center
Hawaii Theatre
Hawaii's Plantation Village
Hawaiian Railway
• Heeia State Park
• Honolulu Academy of Arts
• Honolulu Time Walks
• Honolulu Zoo
• Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden
• Iolani Palace
• Japanese Cultural Center Historical Gallery
• Kaena Point State Park
• Kailua Beach Park
• Kaneaki Heiau
• Kapiolani Park
• Kawaiahao Church
• Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area
• King Kamehameha Statue
• Kodak Hula Show
• Koko Crater Botanical Garden
• Kualoa Ranch
• Kuilioloa Heiau
• Kukaniloko
• Makaha Beach Park
• Makapuu Beach Park
• Makapuu Lighthouse Lookout
• Makapuu to Kailua Beach Park
• Maunawili Trail
• Mikolii Island (Chinaman's Hat)
• Mission Houses Museum
• Moanalua Gardens Foundation
• North Shore
• Nuuanu Pali Lookout
• Pacific Aerospace Museum
• Pacific Whaling Museum
• Pokai Bay Beach
• Polynesian Cultural Center
• Punchbowl Crater
• Puu o Mahuka Heiau
• Queen Emma Summer Palace
• Royal Mausoleum
• Sandy Beach
• Sea Life Park
• State Capitol
• Sunset Beach
• U.S. Army Museum at Fort DeRussy
• U.S.S. Arizona Memorial
• U.S.S. Missouri Memorial
• University of Hawaii
• Waikiki Aquarium
• Waikiki Beach
• Waikiki Historic Trail
• Waikiki Trolley
• Waimanalo Beach Park
• Waimea Bay Beach Park
• War Memorial Natatorium
• Washington Place

Imperial of Waikiki is at 205 Lewers Street, Honolulu. Book now and bring the whole family!